After civil unrest began in Russia in 1917, czar Nicholas II was overthrown and the Russian Revolution began. Decades of conflict followed and the Russians discovered that they had no more freedom under the communist government than under the czars
"Great events of modern times."
Includes bibliographical references (page 47) and index
The death of a brother -- The roots of revolution -- The reluctant monarch -- The Bolsheviks take over -- Defending the revolution